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From Palmerston   12 Apri. 1861

94 Piccadilly

12 Apri. 1861

My dear Professor Henslow

It was with deep concern that I received your letter of the 8th., but I would still endeavour to entertain the hope that your anticipations as to the serious character of your attack may prove not borne out by the result and that I may hear better accounts of your health.

I have however taken note of the wishes which you have expressed in favour of your son, and I shall look out for the means of giving effect to them.

Yrs sincerely

Palmerston

Please cite as “HENSLOW-958,” εpsilon: The John Henslow Collection accessed on 28 May 2020, https://epsilon.ac.uk/view/henslow/letters/letters_958